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WATCH: Miriam Cates claims children 'glued to screens' as she pushes for a ban on smartphones for under 16s

By Georgina Cutler

Published: 14/05/2024

Google say the improved model has the ability to process multiple large documents

'Our only chance of climbing this electoral mountain is to open Tory Party to Nigel Farage'

'Looks like Extinction Rebellion already got to it!' Martin Daubney slams King Charles's new portrait

Navy surgeon operated on schoolboy's penis during surgery because it 'didn't look normal'

Harry and Meghan issue statement as their charity receives 'delinquency notice'

Fury 'wants Usyk fight called off' as alarm sparked by crutches video

Harry ‘pushed into the background’ as Meghan Markle ‘takes over’ Nigeria tour

DVLA rule could see vehicles removed from roads unless drivers admit to car changes

Harry 'offered a royal residence' by King after Windsor Castle request rejected

Prince Harry ‘has a problem’ as Duke tries to ‘hide anxiety’ during Nigeria tour

Trending on GB News

Super supplement boosts working memory after a single dose

Google has launched its most efficient artificial intelligence system as an AI war flares up against OpenAI.

Demis Hassabis, CEO of Google DeepMind announced the newest addition to the Gemini model seriesGemini 1.5 Flash during Google I/O on Tuesday.


It comes as tech companies are increasingly innovating their products around AI.

The AI battle is particularly important for Google because the new tools give consumers more advanced and creative ways to access online information.



It follows OpenAI's launch of a new AI model and desktop version of ChatGPT on Monday.

The company said GPT-4o is "twice as fast" as GPT-4 Turbo and a fraction of the cost.

According to a vice president working on Gemini, the improved model has the ability to process multiple large documents — 1,500-pages total — or summarise 100 s.

Hassabis said: "We heard from developers that they wanted something faster and even more cost-effective."

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Sissie Hsiao, Vice President at Google and General Manager for Gemini Experiences added: "You can quickly get answers and insights about dense documents, like figuring out the details of the pet policy in your rental agreement or comparing key arguments of multiple long research papers.

She added that Gemini 1.5 Pro will also be able to handle an hour of video content.

In the latest OpenAI upgrade, 50 different languages are now available, alongside improved quality and speed of ChatGPT.

Chiefs said OpenAI’s application programming interface (API) will allow developers to start building applications using the new model immediately.



Google says Gemini 1.5 Pro has a 2 million token window, which indicates how much information the model is able to process at once.

Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai said: "It offers the longest context window of any foundational model yet."

Gemini 1.5 Pro will be available for testing in Workspace Labs.

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